(STUDY FINDS) -- NEW YORK — People who make their beds daily are generally cleaner, healthier, more outgoing, and have better quality of sleep than those who leave the comforter and sheets in a heap, according to a recent study.
Researchers commissioned by bedding experts Sleepopolis polled 2,000 adults and found that how tidy we are with our beds reveals much about our personalities.
For example, the survey found that a large segment of people who don’t make their beds in the morning seem to enjoy watching “Seinfeld” episodes and comedy movies, listen to rock music, are night owls, and snooze their alarm before getting up. Those with messier beds also are more likely to hold a job in business and financial fields, and their personalities tend to be sarcastic, moody, shy, and curious.
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